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Top four confirmed

Maciu Malo
Saturday, December 02, 2017

SAUNAKA, Ravuka Sharks, Police and Suva Stallions have secured their spot in next year's Mana Whey Coral Coast 7s.

These after securing their spots in the semi-final of the Coral Coast 7s Top Four tournament held at Lawaqa Park yesterday.

Tournament founding chairman Jay Whyte congratulated the four teams for their achievements.

He said the four teams would be provided new sets of jerseys compliments of their partners BLK

The sides have completed the field of 16 top teams to compete for the 8th Coral Coast 7s title that feature some the best in the country and some top teams from around the globe.

Defending champion First Light Taveuni, Ratu Filise, Shangri-La's Daveta, Outrigger Invitational, Sigatoka River Safari Invitational, BLK Invitational, McDonald's Invitational and Cross of Victory are the other local teams confirmed for the event.

The overseas teams include Tonga Marist who won the Kingdom 7s, Hong Kong national 7s team, Vanuatu national 7s team and USA Stars.

Former New Zealand 7s captain D J Forbes will be the chief guest for next year's event scheduled at Lawaqa Park on January 19-20.








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